Calling all Graduate Students: Now Accepting Applications for 2018-2019 Training Program!
The Sky Center is now accepting applicants for our rigorous and rewarding clinical therapy training program. We are in our twentieth year of providing intensive training to graduate interns of social work and counseling as well as advanced training for practicing clinicians, physicians, and school counselors. Our training program is unique in New Mexico and utilizes a team approach with one-way mirror direct observation and live supervision.
Please click here to read more about our program and to download the application and reference forms: Graduate and Advanced Studies Training
People of color and LGBTQ+ individuals are encouraged to apply. Please also note, bilingual Spanish/English language skills are in high need. We are currently scheduling for group interviews upon reception of the full application packet.
Supporting School Safety and Preventing Violence: See Something, Say Something Campaign from Sandy Hook Promise
At The Sky Center, we share in the collective anguish and grief connected to the senseless gun violence that has rocked our nation. We offer the following link to the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System offered by the non-profit Sandy Hook Promise: http://www.saysomething.net/
This website allows you to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. You can do this by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions and harassment.
In Appreciation and Recognition of Ortiz Middle School Teacher Bill Johnson and Ortiz Middle School Students who created The Sky Center’s “Forest of Gratitude”.
We Love our FOREST OF GRATITUDE and our hearts are filled every day when we come into The Sky Center and see the mural created by students at Ortiz Middle School under the leadership and creativity of teacher Bill Johnson. Youth and families who participate in our community programs have offered notes of gratitude on the leaves that fill the branches of these colorful trees. They serve as a reminder of all the goodness created when we shine our light on strengths and hope.
Reducing the risk of youth suicide in Santa Fe County and Northern New Mexico.